Band Plans

Amateur Radio Band Plans

160 meters 1800-1848 kHz cw/rtty,narrowband modes
1840-2000 kHz Phone/sstv,wideband modes
1830-1850 kHz DX window
80 Meters 3500-3750 kHz RTTY/ Data
3750-4000 kHz Phone/Image
3790-3800 kHz Phone DX Window
3590 kHz RTTY DX
3845 kHz SSTV
3885 kHz AM Calling Frequency
40 Meters 7000-7150 kHz RTTY/Data
7150-7300 kHz Phone
30 Meters 10100-10150 kHz CW
10130-10140 kHz RTTY
10140-10150 kHz Packet
20 Meters 14.000-14.150 MHz RTTY/Data
14.150-14.350 MHz Phone
14.070-14095 MHz RTTY
14.095-14.0995 MHz packet
14.0995-14.1005 MHz Beacons
14.230 MHz SSTV
14.286 AM Calling
17 Meters 18.068-18.100 MHz CW
18.105-18.110 mhZ Packet
18.100-18.105 MHz RTTY
18.110-18.168 MHz Phone/Image
15 Meters 21.070-21.090 MHz RTTY
21.090-21.100 MHz Packet
21.200-21.450 MHz Phone
21.340 MHz SSTV
12 Meters 24.890-24.920 MHz CW
24.920-24.925 MHz RTTY/ Data
24.925-24.930 MHz Packet
24.930-24.990 MHz SSTV/CW
10 Meters 28.070-28.189 MHz RTTY/Data
28.120-28.189 MHz Packet
28.680 MHz SSTV
28.190-28.225 MHZ Beacons
28.300-29.300 MHZ SSB Phone
29,000-29.200 MHz AM
29.300 and 29.510 MHz Satellite Downlinks
29.520-29.580 MHz Repeater Inputs
29.620-29.680 MHz Repeater Outputs
29.600 FM Calling

902.0000 – 902.2875SSTV, FAX, ACSSB, Experimental

902.2125 – 902.4625Auxiliary FM Duplex Link Input Frequency
Pairs

902.4875 – 902.7250FM Repeater Inputs & designated simplex
(25 MHz split – 12.5 KHz spacing)

902.5000 –
FM Simplex Calling Channel (1 of 2)

902.7375 – 903.0500EME Exclusive

903.0700 – 903.0800CW Beacons

903.1000 –
CW, SSB Calling Frequency

903.4000 – 903.6000Cross Band Linear Translator Inputs

903.6000 – 903.8000Cross Band Linear Translator Outputs

903.8000 – 904.0000Experimental Beacons Exclusive

904.0000 – 906.0000Digital Communications

906.0000 – 907.0000Narrow Band FM Simplex (grandfathered system
– 25 KHz channels)

906.5000
Old
National Calling Frequency (granfathered)

907.0000 – 910.0000FM Repeater Inputs (12 MHz split – 100 KHz spacing)

910.0000 – 916.0000ATV

916.0000 – 918.0000Digital Communications

918.0000 – 919.0000Narrow Band FM Control Links/Remote Bases

919.0000 – 922.0000FM Repeater Outputs (12 MHz split – 100 KHz spacing)

927.0125 – 927.9875Auxiliary Simplex & Link Frequencies

927.2125 – 927.4625Auxiliary FM Duplex Link Input Frequency
Pairs

927.4875 – 927.7250FM Repeater Outputs& designated simplex (25 MHz split – 12.5 KHz spacing)

927.5000 –
FM Simplex Calling Channel (2 of 2)

927.7375 – 927.7875 Old SERA FM Voice Simplex Channels (grandfathered)

922.0000 – 928.0000Wideband Experimental, ATV, Simplex, Spread
Spectrum

Source: http://www.sera.org/900.html

6 Meters (50-54 MHz):

50.0-50.1 CW, beacons
50.060-50.080 beacon subband
50.1-50.3 SSB, CW
50.10-50.125 DX window
50.125 SSB calling
50.3-50.6 All modes
50.6-50.8 Nonvoice communications
50.62 Digital (packet) calling
50.8-51.0 Radio remote control (20-kHz channels)
51.0-51.1 Pacific DX window
51.12-51.48 Repeater inputs (19 channels)
51.12-51.18 Digital repeater inputs
51.62-51.98 Repeater outputs (19 channels)
51.62-51.68 Digital repeater outputs
52.0-52.48 Repeater inputs (except as noted; 23 channels)
52.02, 52.04 FM simplex
52.2 TEST PAIR (input)
52.5-52.98 Repeater output (except as noted; 23 channels)
52.525 Primary FM simplex
52.54 Secondary FM simplex
52.7 TEST PAIR (output)
53.0-53.48 Repeater inputs (except as noted; 19 channels)
53.0 Remote base FM simplex
53.02 Simplex
53.1, 53.2, 53.3, 53.4 Radio remote control
53.5-53.98 Repeater outputs (except as noted; 19 channels)
53.5, 53.6, 53.7, 53.8 Radio remote control
53.52, 53.9 Simplex

2 Meters (144-148 MHz):

144.00-144.05 EME (CW)
144.05-144.10 General CW and weak signals
144.10-144.20 EME and weak-signal SSB
144.200 National calling frequency
144.200-144.275 General SSB operation
144.275-144.300 Propagation beacons
144.30-144.50 New OSCAR subband
144.50-144.60 Linear translator inputs
144.60-144.90 FM repeater inputs
144.90-145.10 Weak signal and FM simplex (145.01,03,05,07,09
are widely used for packet)
145.10-145.20 Linear translator outputs
145.20-145.50 FM repeater outputs
145.50-145.80 Miscellaneous and experimental modes
145.80-146.00 OSCAR subband
146.01-146.37 Repeater inputs
146.40-146.58 Simplex
146.52 National Simplex Calling Frequency
146.61-146.97 Repeater outputs
147.00-147.39 Repeater outputs
147.42-147.57 Simplex
147.60-147.99 Repeater inputs

Notes: The frequency 146.40 MHz is used in some
areas as a repeater input. This band plan
has been proposed by the ARRL VHF-UHF Advisory
Committee.

1.25 Meters (222-225 MHz):

222.0-222.150 Weak-signal modes
222.0-222.025 EME
222.05-222.06 Propagation beacons
222.1 SSB & CW calling frequency
222.10-222.15 Weak-signal CW & SSB
222.15-222.25 Local coordinator’s option; weak signal,
ACSB, repeater inputs, control
222.25-223.38 FM repeater inputs only
223.40-223.52 FM simplex
223.52-223.64 Digital, packet
223.64-223.70 Links, control
223.71-223.85 Local coordinator’s option; FM simplex, packet,
repeater outputs
223.85-224.98 Repeater outputs only

Note: The 222 MHz band plan was adopted by the
ARRL Board of Directors in July 1991.

70 Centimeters (420-450 MHz):

420.00-426.00 ATV repeater or simplex with 421.25 MHz video
carrier control links and experimental
426.00-432.00 ATV simplex with 427.250-MHz video carrier
frequency
432.00-432.07 EME (Earth-Moon-Earth)
432.07-432.10 Weak-signal CW
432.10 70-cm calling frequency
432.10-432.30 Mixed-mode and weak-signal work
432.30-432.40 Propagation beacons
432.40-433.00 Mixed-mode and weak-signal work
433.00-435.00 Auxiliary/repeater links
435.00-438.00 Satellite only (internationally)
438.00-444.00 ATV repeater input with 439.250-MHz video
carrier frequency and repeater links
442.00-445.00 Repeater inputs and outputs (local option)
445.00-447.00 Shared by auxiliary and control links, repeaters
and simplex (local option)
446.00 National simplex frequency
447.00-450.00 Repeater inputs and outputs (local option)

33 Centimeters (902-928 MHz):

902.0-903.0 Narrow-bandwidth, weak-signal communications
902.0-902.8 SSTV, FAX, ACSSB, experimental
902.1 Weak-signal calling frequency
902.8-903.0 Reserved for EME, CW expansion
903.1 Alternate calling frequency
903.0-906.0 Digital communications
906-909 FM repeater inputs
909-915 ATV
915-918 Digital communications
918-921 FM repeater outputs
921-927 ATV
927-928 FM simplex and links

Note: The 902 MHz band plan was adopted by the
ARRL Board of Directors in July 1989

23 Centimeters (1240-1300 MHz):

1240-1246 ATV #1
1246-1248 Narrow-bandwidth FM point-to-point links
and digital, duplex with 1258-1260.
1248-1258 Digital Communications
1252-1258 ATV #2
1258-1260 Narrow-bandwidth FM point-to-point links
digital, duplexed with 1246-1252
1260-1270 Satellite uplinks, reference WARC ’79
1260-1270 Wide-bandwidth experimental, simplex ATV
1270-1276 Repeater inputs, FM and linear, paired with
1282-1288, 239 pairs every 25 kHz, e.g. 1270.025,
.050, etc.
1271-1283 Non-coordinated test pair
1276-1282 ATV #3
1282-1288 Repeater outputs, paired with 1270-1276
1288-1294 Wide-bandwidth experimental, simplex ATV
1294-1295 Narrow-bandwidth FM simplex services, 25-kHz
channels
1294.5 National FM simplex calling frequency
1295-1297 Narrow bandwidth weak-signal communications
(no FM)
1295.0-1295.8 SSTV, FAX, ACSSB, experimental
1295.8-1296.0 Reserved for EME, CW expansion
1296.00-1296.05 EME-exclusive
1296.07-1296.08 CW beacons
1296.1 CW, SSB calling frequency
1296.4-1296.6 Crossband linear translator input
1296.6-1296.8 Crossband linear translator output
1296.8-1297.0 Experimental beacons (exclusive)
1297-1300 Digital Communications

2300-2310 and 2390-2450 MHz:

2300.0-2303.0 High-rate data
2303.0-2303.5 Packet
2303.5-2303.8 TTY packet
2303.9-2303.9 Packet, TTY, CW, EME
2303.9-2304.1 CW, EME
2304.1 Calling frequency
2304.1-2304.2 CW, EME, SSB
2304.2-2304.3 SSB, SSTV, FAX, Packet AM, Amtor
2304.30-2304.32 Propagation beacon network
2304.32-2304.40 General propagation beacons
2304.4-2304.5 SSB, SSTV, ACSSB, FAX, Packet AM, Amtor experimental
2304.5-2304.7 Crossband linear translator input
2304.7-2304.9 Crossband linear translator output
2304.9-2305.0 Experimental beacons
2305.0-2305.2 FM simplex (25 kHz spacing)
2305.20 FM simplex calling frequency
2305.2-2306.0 FM simplex (25 kHz spacing)
2306.0-2309.0 FM Repeaters (25 kHz) input
2309.0-2310.0 Control and auxiliary links
2390.0-2396.0 Fast-scan TV
2396.0-2399.0 High-rate data
2399.0-2399.5 Packet
2399.5-2400.0 Control and auxiliary links
2400.0-2403.0 Satellite
2403.0-2408.0 Satellite high-rate data
2408.0-2410.0 Satellite
2410.0-2413.0 FM repeaters (25 kHz) output
2413.0-2418.0 High-rate data
2418.0-2430.0 Fast-scan TV
2430.0-2433.0 Satellite
2433.0-2438.0 Satellite high-rate data
2438.0-2450.0 WB FM, FSTV, FMTV, SS experimental

Note: The 2300 MHz band plan was adopted by the
ARRL Board of Directors in January 1991

Note: The following band plans were adopted by
the ARRL Board of Directors in July 1988

3300-3500 MHz:

3456.3-3456.4 Propagation beacons

5650-5925 MHz:

5760.3-5760.4 Propagation beacons

10.00-10.50 GHz:

10.368 Narrow band calling frequency 10.3683-10.3684
Propagation beacons
10.3640 Calling frequency

Above 10.50 GHz:*

All modes and licensees (except Novices)
are authorized on the following bands:

24.0-24.25 GHz

47.0-47.2 GHz

76-81.0 GHz

122.25-123 GHz

134-141 GHz

241.0-250.0 GHz

All above 275 GHz

* US amateurs must check Sections 97.301, 97.303, 97.305 and 97.307 for sharing requirements before operating.

 

Source: ARRL